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  • When the occasional negative comment was made among my family and friends, I would ask if we needed to play the Nice Game? It was a spin-off of “if you can’t say something nice, don’t say it at all,” but the Nice Game as I......

  • Leadership McPherson is a professional development program of the McPherson Chamber of Commerce to develop effective leadership, open minds to perspectives that surround issues facing our community and enable participants to become more visionary leaders. It has been an impactful program since 1982.  Leadership McPhers...

  • On Thursday, July 9th at 7:00 p.m., the McPherson Chamber of Commerce Civic Awareness Committee will host a County Commission Candidate Forum at the American Legion Post #24,  401 N. Main, McPherson.  Join us for the opportunity to get to know the candidates seeking the......

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Families & Faces Behind the Business - Austin Regier with Steps To End Poverty of McPherson County

"My name is Austin Regier and I am the Executive Director of Steps to End Poverty of McPherson County (STEPMC). As many of you know, STEPMC is a non-profit focused on walking alongside people as they overcome poverty.

"I grew up East of Newton Kansas in a close-knit Mennonite farming family. My father, his father, and three of my uncles all raised hogs and crops within a three miles radius of one another. Through my family, I learned to value hard work, the power of community, and the importance of serving others. These lessons led me to move to Asuncion, Paraguay after I graduated from high school, where I spent a year working in a shelter for people with HIV-AIDS. This experience certainly busted the geographical and cultural bubble that I grew up in and helped me begin to realize the extent to which people struggle in our world. Motivated to address these struggles, I attended Bethel College in North Newton, KS where I studied Social Work and Religion. It was also at Bethel that I met my wife Elizabeth (a Moundridge native) who now teaches middle school English in Moundridge.

"After Bethel, I went on to get my Master's in Social Work from the University of Kansas and spent some time working on homelessness prevention in downtown Wichita, where I learned about programs like STEPMC. I began my role with STEPMC in May of 2019 and have been blown away by this community's generosity and willingness to help people who are struggling. I have felt so welcomed here and have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know and learning from all of you. I am grateful to be in such a gracious community."

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